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The European Parliament adopts the Nature Restoration Law

  • 2023

The new law is an ‘important step toward creating an implementing legislative framework to support the ambitious #GlobalBiodiversityFramework to address the current climate and ecological crisis.

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After lengthy consultations, the law's final text was approved, confirming the planned targets: to restore at least 20 per cent of Europe's marine and terrestrial territory by 2030 and all endangered habitats by 2050.

The Role of Nature-Based Solutions in Responsible Corporate Climate Strategies

  • 2024

What does compensation mean, and what role does it play in corporate impact reduction pathways? What are the most suitable approaches and tools?  A short guide to help companies understand how to credibly, effectively, and responsibly integrate nature-based solutions into their climate and nature-positive strategies. 

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How to integrate nature-based solutions into their climate and nature-positive strategies.

Protecting biodiversity

  • 2024

How many life forms are there on Earth? The answer is that we don’t know. Four million? 400 million? The debate among scientists is still open. What we do know, however, is that of the species known to date (between 1.5 and 1.8 million), 50 are disappearing daily.

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The loss of biodiversity and the collapse of ecosystems are some of the leading environmental risks we will face in the coming years: why is it essential to preserve biodiversity?

The EU Parliament approves the Carbon Removal Certification Framework

  • 2023

On 21 November 2023, the European Parliament approved the Carbon Removal Certification Framework: the scheme establishes monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) rules to ensure the high quality of carbon removals, counteracting greenwashing.

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New monitoring, reporting and verification rules to ensure high-quality carbon removals and tackle greenwashing.

Promoting science-based targets for a nature positive future

  • 2022

Because we believe that a nature positive approach is the best way to mitigate our impacts, Etifor has joined the SBTN Corporate Engagement Program to contribute to the design of new tools to better address environmental challenges.

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Etifor has joined the SBTN Corporate Engagement Program to contribute to the design of new tools to better address environmental challenges

Etifor signs the WWF Call to Action promoting the transition to a nature positive economy

  • 2022

Etifor is among the more than 70 organisations supporting the Call to Action promoted by WWF. We recognise that central banks and financial institutions need to take responsibility for their impacts and to act against climate change and biodiversity loss. 

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Central banks and financial institutions are urged to act against climate change and biodiversity loss

Climate crisis solutions | Project Manager Work with us

  • By 23 May, 2021

We are looking for a new colleague able to manage a growing pipeline of private clients and partners that aim to become Climate Positive and generate positive impacts. Find out more!

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Who we are Etifor restores the balance between humans and nature. How? By improving the value of nature through science, innovation and governance. Our work is to help clients increase economic, environmental and social benefits of policies, projects and investments. Together we will challenge environmental and social issues with the aim of

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